Argo Civic: A Solar Panel Event

Dear Argo Civic Members and Friends, On November 23, 2015, the Argo Civic Association meeting will be devoted to a comprehensive presentation on solar energy.¬† There will be a number of presenters that will provide information on the following: how solar¬†energy benefits your pocketbook and the environment; leasing/purchasing and installation options; and, available state andContinue reading “Argo Civic: A Solar Panel Event”

What Will Elmont Look Like in 2 or 3 Years?

In a recent newsletter cycle, Town of Hempstead elected officials unveiled new plans to improve the look and functionality of parts of Elmont, including upgrades to its main roads and parks. The capital projects are the latest efforts by the Town to make Elmont look better and work better for all. We’re curious to seeContinue reading “What Will Elmont Look Like in 2 or 3 Years?”

Goodbye, School Zone Speed Cameras

Source: Paul Larocco & Laura Figueroa, Newsday The Nassau County Legislature last night repealed the county’s controversial speed camera program, as it resisted a late push by the camera vendor to merely suspend it. County Executive Edward Mangano said last night he will sign the repeal bill and cameras will be off effective Tuesday. TicketsContinue reading “Goodbye, School Zone Speed Cameras”

Behind Closed Doors: 769 Elmont Road

Continuing on with our Behind Closed Doors series, we will be using information provided by the Nassau County Department of Assessment. Nassau County makes no warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability for the use of this information. Furthermore, Nassau County assumes no liability associated with the use or misuse ofContinue reading “Behind Closed Doors: 769 Elmont Road”

Bye-Bye, Speed Cameras?

Source: Long Island Herald Nassau County lawmakers will propose legislation calling for the removal of school speed zone cameras, Presiding Officer Norma Gonsalves said, days after County Executive Ed Mangano drastically shortened the hours in which the cameras are in effect. The cameras, which first went into operation in speed zones outside certain schools beginningContinue reading “Bye-Bye, Speed Cameras?”